blueprints: tweets, texts & Tumblr

There was a time when you could easily understand everything in the newspaper. Today, reading an 18-year-old’s Facebook post can feel like decoding an enigma.

There is a new language and rules to play by in order to get ahead in the new and at times obsessive digital world. EY Sweeny’s report Digital Australia: State of the Nation shows how social media has grown from a platform for friends to communicate to a space of opportunity for business.

Industries now need to adapt to the digital lifestyle of their customers to engage them effectively or risk being left behind - or worse, unfriended.

"Industries must adapt to the digital lifestyle of their customers or risk being left behind - or worse, unfriended.” - Thomas Hounslow

Explore our interactive infographic to explore the new world order of Australia’s digital landscape.

Thomas Hounslow is data editor at bluenotes

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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